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I'm really into Patrick Dougherty's (no relation) twig art installations. Photo by George Vasquez. They remind me of this (via frolic!)
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I think he did the Xanadu at the Morton Arboretum? Loved that.
April 28, 2009 at 08:51 PM
I love this! H did the one at the Morton Arboretum, it was fabulous!
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What wonderful whimsy and drama!
April 29, 2009 at 04:37 PM
I absolutely adore these! Thank you so much for sharing! You're right, these would definitely make great playhouses. I'm also thinking a fun alternative to a gazebo, just a little spot in the yard to get out of the sun.
I've used sticks to make a trellis in our backyard (that we fondly refer to as our beaver dam) but this has opened me up to all sorts of possibilities!
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that's wild!!!!!!!!! i love it:)
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this is so wild....
i am sending it on to my mom.
she will love it.
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May 14, 2009 at 07:32 PM
I took my kids to one of his installations at Brown University a couple of years ago. We loved it!
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you must go see the movie 'where the wild things are'! there are amazing visual elements like this that you'll enjoy!
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